…live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories”
– Ray Bradbury
This is my first post ever so I decided to upload something special. Travelling around the world fills my heart with joy and unforgettable memories. So let me guide you through this amazing five-day trip in Krakow that I did with my boyfriend. We had a blast, so I felt the need to share my wonderful experience if you’re looking for your next destination. Furthermore, I will propose a few ideas on what to carry if you only got one hand luggage as I did .
So we arrived at last, early in the morning and we realized we have the whole day to “brave” the streets of the graphic old city center where luckily our hotel was located. When we checked out the map we noticed that the main square (where the Cathedral and most of the sights are) is a few meters away from us so we had a quick shower and we were ready to take off. On our way there , we came across a small square with a great statue in the middle of it and plenty of colorful flags surrounding it.
We were already falling in love with this city and we had just arrived a couple of hours ago. After a lot of picturesque and beautiful images we realized that we reached our destination as we laid our eyes on the great, crowded central square in front of us. After a short walk towards the city center our very first day in Krakow came to an end with the greatest impressions, as we found ourselves exhausted and headed back at the hotel.
sunglasses : Prada
cardigan & jeans : Zara
shirt: Massimo Dutti
bag : Coach NY
We woke up early in the morning and full of energy so we headed at the city center once more in order to enjoy our breakfast and coffee between the Renaissance buildings of Krakow. We went on Starbucks which was located in the middle of the main square and had our usual beverages. After we had finished our breakfast we decided to take a walk in the streets of the old city and around the main square where there were placed many small traditional shops, restaurants, cafés etc. While we were sightseeing we took a moment to admire and take pictures of the huge Cathedral, the towers and the buildings. Everything looked extraordinary as you can see at the following pictures.
For the second day I chose to wear something very comfortable and casual but still keeping it looking classy with my nude Zara shoes that you can dress up and down. I always kept with me my cardigan as the weather was a little bit unstable and I didn’t want to feel cold. My choice of bag was this red Pierre Cardin classy handbag to add a little pop of color in my outfit but also fit everything I needed for a long walking day.
cardigan&jeans : Zara
shirt : Stradivarius
shoes : Zara
handbag: Pierre Cardin
This day passed with us chilling and snoozing the whole morning when in the evening we decided to have a romantic promenade while the sunset was giving the city the sweetest colors. So we took part in this romantic fairytale through a horse-drawn carriage ride. We were guided in every single path of this old medieval town. The architecture was a piece of art and made our ride a mythical experience. I strongly recommend you give this ride a try if you’re planning to visit Krakow. We searched among the best traditional restaurants in town and we went to dinner in the famous “Pod Aniolami“. We tasted the regional cuisine and we had a blast as it was magnificent. After this amazing evening we headed back at the hotel with our hearts ( and bellies) full of happiness.
For this evening walk I chose a girly and elegant outfit but kept it pretty simple wearing this beautiful H&M dress and a pair of heels
In our last full day in Krakow we visited the famous Wawel Cathedral walking through the sunny green park which surrounds the Old Town of Krakow. We came across a bit amount of people of different ages and many tourists as well wondering this green site with us and we were amazed of how much alive this town was. The sunny weather we luckily had through this whole journey made this walk seem even more fantastic.
After a couple of kilometers we reached our final destination as we encountered a breathtaking monument, the great Wawel Cathedral laying in front of our eyes. We had to climb a lot of stairs to finally get on the top where we had access to numerous medieval sights. After a long walk and some serious sightseeing we decided its time to have a break so we sat at the nearest café where we had the most relaxing time gazing the whole town which was right under our feet.
For this last day of exploring the beauties of Krakow I selected my favorite summery grey short dress that suits this town’s temperament with my nude shoes from Zara while holding my cardigan if it gets cold. I added again a pinch of color by carrying my red handbag.
shoes & cardigan: Zara
handbag : Pierre Cardin
We had to wake up really early in the morning in order to arrange our luggage and check out. We had to catch our flight back home so we didn’t have enough time to pay our regards to this beautiful town that charmed us with everything it had to offer. We made time for one last cup of coffee in the airport waiting for the boarding.
While sitting at my flight seat, memories and pictures came up as I was looking through the window at this graphic place that I was leaving behind me. My first thought was that I had the greatest of times by spending those five days exploring this beyond words beauty of a whole new town I just discovered. My second thought was that I will undoubtedly come back again.